The analysis, which is good news for convenience store sales, was carried out by Vypr, the research and intelligence company, which said 47% of respondents in its survey said they would watch the match in their homes or with friends.
This was against 32% who said they would not be watching it and under 10% who said they would be watching it in a pub.
The survey was conducted among 5,000 people from Vypr’s 65,000-strong database.
Almost three-quarters (72.4%) of watchers will view the game with their families. About 25% will watch the game on their own, and just under 12% will watch with friends.
The survey also found that alcoholic drinks will not be a priority for many customers, with under a quarter drinking lager, spirits or cider.
About a third said that they would be choosing hot drinks or fizzy soft drinks.
Crisps were mentioned by 42%, and 20% said they would be having finger food such as sausage rolls.
Another 13% said they would not be eating anything while watching the game, while 39% would be having home-cooked food and 31% take-aways.
Appetite for buying promotional items or merchandise was low with only 11% planning to buy flags and under 8% buying partyware such as plates, tablecloths, or balloons.